CMU Podcast: Publishers v America, audio v video, Spotify v Apple
By Andy Malt and Chris Cooke | Published on Friday 8 July 2016
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review the week in music and the music business, including music publishers’ dismay at the US Department Of Justice’s decision on the ‘consent decrees’ that govern collective licensing in the country, a new report on the state of music consumption in the US at 2016’s mid-point, and the public slanging match between Spotify and Apple. The CMU Podcast is sponsored by 7digital.
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Stories discussed this week
What we didn’t have time to talk about
• Guvera continues PR offensive, CEO moves to reassure shareholders
• Rdio hits back at Sony Music with allegations of anti-competitive behaviour
• Bankruptcy court approves deal over 50 Cent’s debts
• Sentences for online piracy to increase via new Digital Economy Bill
• Prince Online Museum archives star’s many websites
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